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Wavelength shifting of adjacent quantum wells in V-groove quantum wire structure by selective implantation and annealing

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2000

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Liu, Qiu Xiang
Lu, Wei
Chen, X S
Shen, S C
Yuan, Shu
Jagadish, Chennupati
Johnston, Michael B
Dao, Lap Van
Gal, Michael
Zou, Jin

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American Institute of Physics (AIP)

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Intermixing induced by selective implantation was used to modify the two-dimensional (2D) quantum wells in the V-grooved quantum wire structure. Photoluminescence measurement of the implanted samples shows the obvious blueshift of the interband transition energy while quantum wire is not influenced by implantation. So the selective implantation method has been demonstrated in this article as a useful technique to isolate the energy levels of quantum wire structure from its neighbor 2D structures, which is preferred for the optoelectronic device application of quantum wire.

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Journal of Applied Physics

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